The locations of the 8 partnership fragments found in the updated Jupiter tileset.
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I decided to make this guide after spending hours running around the tileset trying to find these Fragments, so you don’t have to! Make sure to bring your codex scanner, and be prepared to spend a lot of time getting some of these rooms to spawn.
I only encountered this room once, so I’d say it’s a pretty rare room. You can tell this is it by big glass tubes on one side. The fragment is located outside the room, and you can reach it with some parkour from a nearby balcony.
This tile always appears in sabotage missions. To get to the Fragment simply parkour around the wall and you will find it.
(Sorry for the damage indicators, too many Corpus spawns).
Very common extraction tile. Simply climb up the wall and onto the weird Corpus contraption to get your fragment.
This is a tile that frequently appears in capture and extermination missions. The fragment can be found near the bottom of the tile, in a “socket”.
This tileset usually has the Ropalolyst shooting you as it flies away. This is a semi-rare tile to get in my experience. Found in a capture mission.
This is a relatively common tile. The Fragment is located high up near a fan.
This is a very common tile, at least in capture and sabotage. The Fragment is located up, near the ceiling of the room next to one of the pillars.
Another common tile. The Fragment is located at the bottom of it, behind and under an antenna you can “stand” on.
This might take you a long time, or you might get all of them in a few runs. Such is the nature of RNG. Be patient! It took me hours until I even saw one of the rooms that had a fragment in it. (it was 5/8, if you’re wondering). I primarily did sabotage and capture missions. And very few (as in, 2-3 runs) of extermination and rescue.